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  1. #1
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    Heres mine..... Its basic and quite colourful as you can see




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    Here's mine , I have it just how I like it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Dude View Post
    Heres mine
    IE2. That runs on coal, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Inventive Hosting View Post
    Here's mine , I have it just how I like it.
    Lol, 50% used by tool bars
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  5. #5
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    No Its an IE add on bear and THE BEST ONE I have found

    And I understand why you closed my thread Bear (About modern cartoons) -- I just posted another thread about Cartoons on the TV base (Which I think you know) -- Could you please merge my Modern Cartoon thread with my other thread buddy??

    Im sorry for posting duplicate threads! (Well kind of)





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    Quote Originally Posted by The Dude View Post
    And I understand why you closed my thread Bear (About modern cartoons) -- I just posted another thread about Cartoons on the TV base (Which I think you know) -- Could you please merge my Modern Cartoon thread with my other thread buddy??
    If you have a moderation request, please open a ticket.
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    Well let's join in with the future not the IE rubbish lol, here's Chrome. People think I'm mad with about 20+ tabs open but I like it that way haha, because I can swap faster.
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    Is it just me, or was Chrome a lot more lightweight back in the day? I think maybe it's because every tab spawns a new process, whereas I don't believe that to be the case with 'Fox.
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    Keep it simple.
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    Yes but everything WAS BOLD!! like I entered it that way! -- Thats no good..... (I wouldnt like that @ all)





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    Quote Originally Posted by jetfirenetworks View Post
    Is it just me, or was Chrome a lot more lightweight back in the day? I think maybe it's because every tab spawns a new process, whereas I don't believe that to be the case with 'Fox.
    may be but chrome is still faster than Firefox
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    Here's my browser ... currently. Playing around with GNOME 3 on a Debian 7.3 OpenVZ container. Haven't had the need to run an XVNC/Desktop in ages. I'm also running OpenJDK with the Jetty web server (for Subsonic) on this same container. +1 for VSwap containers.

    For some reason Chromium installed fine but doesn't want to start correctly, so I'm stuck with Iceweasel until I figure that out.
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    IE11 on a Microsoft Surface here. Not because I enjoy using IE per-se, but it's the only browser you can run windowed on this platform (Windows RT) so it has to be it.

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    (Could not use the attachment system - it simply refused to accept the PNG with weird service unavailable errors)

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